It has been a historic year for the West Coast Eagles in a break out season for the club who played their first season at Optus Stadium.

One again we had our Vintage Photo Booth out for the clubs 2018 Finals Lunch at Crown Towers where a host of players, staff and club faithful gathered to celebrate a successful home and away season.

There was a bit of humour at the lunch as Coach Adam Simpson called out the MC, Mark Readings, who tipped that the West Coast Eagles would be in the bottom quarter of the table come seasons end rather than sitting pretty on second spot to secure two home finals.

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It really was a season of ups and downs for the club which ranged from record winning streaks to injuries and suspensions to key players. The season is far from over however as the Eagles still have a job to do against Collingwood at Optus Stadium on Saturday 8 September.

The West Coast Eagles often include a Perth photo booth hire as part of their events where we had a number of players visit the booth to get some photos with the fans which is always a hit. Willie Rioli was a crowd favourite with a visit from Luke Shuey and Josh Kennedy also bringing the crowds over to the photobooth.

If you were at the event, or would simply like to check out the photos, you can view the gallery here.

The West Coast Eagles are certainly high achievers when it comes to not only the football field but business community in Western Australia. This is why they choose to work with Adept Photo Booths as the leading Perth Photo Booth Hire company.

The team at Adept Photo Booths would Like to wish the West Coast Eagles luck in the coming finals campaign and their two home finals at Optus Stadium and hopefully the big dance at the MCG this September for the AFL Grand Final.

If you would like to learn more about our Vintage Photo Booth or other Perth photo booth hire services, click here to drop us a note for an obligation free quote.

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